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Shane is a playable character in the mobile app, The Walking Dead: Assault.
Due to the game being canon to the Comic Series, it is known that Shane was a police officer before the outbreak, and he was the partner of Rick Grimes. He was involved in a shootout on a highway between him, Rick and a criminal. Rick asks Shane to cover him while he tries to get behind the criminal, however Shane's gun is shot out of his hand and Rick is shot through the torso, placing him in a comatose state.
Shane is available as a playable character from Episode 1.
Shane does not encounter Rick the same was as he does in the Comic Series. Here, Shane will be unlocked as a playable character in Chapter 2, where Rick has arrived at Atlanta, Georgia. In Atlanta, it is possible for Rick and Shane to find another survivor, named Clara. Rick and Shane can either allow her to die and reanimate, or save her. She will then leave them afterwards.
This list shows the victims Shane has killed:
As Playable Character
Shane is unlocked in Episode 1, Chapter 2. His primary weapon is a shotgun and the secondary is a police baton.
|Melee Weapon: Police Baton|
|Special Move: Freakout||Shane reloads twice as fast, dealing twice the damage.|
|Team Bonus: Lock & Load||All team members deals 25% more the damage.|
In every chapter Shane is taken along, it is possible for him to die and reanimate. To complete the chapter, the other survivors have to kill the reanimated Shane. This is considered non-canon.
|Playable Characters||Rick • Shane • Glenn • Andrea • Carol • Sophia • Dale • Carl • Lori • Michonne • Tyreese • Brian|
|Main St. Survivors||Clara|
|Car Park Survivors||Scott • Ted|
|Miscellaneous Survivors||Hershel • Hostiles|
|Alive characters appear in green. Dead characters appear in red and italics. Unknown characters appear in blue. Undead characters appear in gray and italics. Determinant characters appear in purple. With italics, determinant characters either die or turn undead. Without italics, determinant characters either die, stay alive, or are left with unknown status.|